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All faculty and staff automatically have a Crashplan account created for them 24 hours after their UIC account has been created. To begin using Crashplan, simply install the client on your machine and your files should automatically begin backing up.

NOTE: Crashplan is free to use for all faculty and staff.
The document explains the cost of each available service tier option and the services included in each service tier option
Key features and requirements of the Technology Solutions West Campus Data Center are listed below.
Clients are responsible for adhering to the following Administrative Guidelines while utilizing the Technology Solutions Data Center.
If you have lost, forgot, or can not access your 2FA device, you can request a temporary passcode. This passcode is good for 3 days and 100 uses. You can request 24 passcodes per calendar year. These can be requested if you are going to a testing center and will not have access to your 2FA device.
The self service portal can be found at http://bitlocker.uic.edu
Your data deserves protection. The UIC license for Symantec Encryption Desktop provides easy to use and secure encryption to protect sensitive data on your laptop or desktop computers. Laptops are easily lost, and even desktop computers can be stolen. Symantec Encryption Desktop also includes a secure shredder, to really delete files you want to delete. A major motivation for using Symantec Encryption Desktop is to fulfill HIPAA requirements.
This article details common issues associated with encryption.
Once the client has been installed, you'll be automatically prompted to encrypt your machine. This period is around 24 hours.
This article details how to troubleshoot problems with CrashPlan.
Getting Started with 2FA Enrollment.
Step by Step guide on How to Manage your 2FA (2-factor authentication) Devices.
Step by Step guide on 2FA (2-factor authentication) self-enrollment.
Following these steps, you will be able to register for 2FA while away from the campus network.
2-factor authentication (2FA) is an extra layer of security for your sensitive, personal university data.